Health & Wellness
Take a Time-Out - Quick Workout to Stretch and Improve Your Posture
Incorporating yoga and gentle stretching to improve posture and give your child's mind a little break. Right at their desk. No props required. Because we all can use a little break...
157 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
learners per class
How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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We all are spending a lot of time indoors and often by our work/study desk. But our body needs movement and alignment. To give your teen a little break, I invite you to book my class for a short stretch and movement routine. This class will include gentle stretching and moving exercises targeted to stretch student's neck, shoulders, back and side body and improving the overall sitting posture. Additionally, students will be encouraged to concentrate on their breath, giving their brain a...
To stretch, to move, to breath and give the student's brain a short break...
No homework will be assigned. However, students are encouraged to repeat any of the exercises periodically when they need a little break from the computer. If your child finds this class beneficial, you might consider signing them up for an ongoing class.
Students will practice right from their desks, using only the chair as prop. No yoga mat is required. Comfortable clothing would be beneficial. Drinking water advisable.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please note: Like with any other physical activity, injuries can occur if students are not supervised. Yoga is not a substitute for medical diagnosis and treatment. Yoga practice might not be recommended for individuals with certain preexisting health issues. Please consult your doctor before practicing. Students are always encouraged to listen to their body. Pain and strong discomfort are signs that the student should slowly come out of the pose and maybe choose a different variation of the posture. Please send me a message (before class) about any preexisting health conditions that student might have or any recent surgeries or unresolved pains/issues.
Passionate Teacher, World Traveler, Yogi and Artist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
157 total reviews
170 completed classes
I am a creative person that is passionate about wellness and the environment. I love traveling and meeting new people, learning about their customs and culture. I also love hiking and exploring the great outdoors. ...